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Emily Olson

emilynicoleolson@gmail.com

Allison Shaw Camper and husband Ian welcomed son Liam on 9/8/14, weighing 3 lbs 7oz.

Karen Summers (Atlanta, GA) became a grandmother to William Owen Summers on 6/6/13. Son Matthew is going to Cleveland Clinic for his cardiology fellowship. Daughter Samantha is still an ER nurse at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, and she hopes to go to grad school this fall to become a nurse anesthetist.

Kimberley Battad is still living in San Jose, CA, and has been promoted to program instructor/music coordinator and case manager at Aim Higher Disability Services. She still works part time as a teacher for Noteworthy Music School.

Brittany Lambert Locku married Alper Lokcu on 10/11/13 in Chapel Hill, NC. She writes, “Kristy Bloxom and Jackie Fowler attended. Alper and I honeymooned in Cancun, Playa Mujeres, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum, Mexico. We are looking forward to Kristy’s wedding to Chris Fairman in Sept. of this year!

Heidi Trude traveled to Charleville-Mézières, France in Nov. to visit her partner school, the Lycée Bazin. In Dec., Heidi presented at the VASCD conference. She has been selected to serve as a mentor teacher for new teachers at Skyline H.S. Heidi has joined the Warrenton Chorale. Heidi will be taking a group of her students to France and Spain in July 2014.

Danielle Dionne Sullivan writes, “I married
the love of my life, John Sullivan on 10/12/13 at Veramar Vineyards in Berryville, VA. We had a great time with family and friends including Lisa Bethune ’08 and Jenny Lowery. We are buying a house in NOVA. I continue to teach for LCPS schools and stay busy with work and horse activities. I visited with Jessica Wooten Allen at her baby shower. It was fun catching up with Amanda Cash Browning and Lindsay Henderson Moga. John and I caught up with Brooke Agee ’08 at DuCard Vineyards.”

Laura Schaefer writes, “I passed the Association of Energy Engineers examination to become a certified energy manager and am continuing to put my skills to work for the ONPRC. I also completed an extensive 10-week leadership and management program within OHSU and am looking forward to using these new skills!”

Kelsey Jeffers writes, “This winter, I moved down to Key Largo, FL. I completed the NOAA Dive Program last month and am now a NOAA Working Diver for the FL Keys National Marine Sanctuary’s Marine Operations Dept.”

Corinne Davies Asakevich writes, “I’d like to announce the arrival of our baby girl Mirielle Lynette Asakevich! She was born 2/19/14 at 5 p.m. She was 5lbs, 1oz and 18 inches long.”

I, Emily Olson, am in my third and final semester of the MAT program at Pacific U. in OR. I’m student teaching theatre at a local high school. I graduate in May and am looking forward to new adventures, which will hopefully include a full-time h.s. theatre teaching position.